- Crusaders 4-3 Cliftonville
Premiership leaders Crusaders fought back from 3-0 down to earn a 4-3 victory over Belfast rivals Cliftonville in what was a pulsating game at Seaview on Saturday.
The Reds took the lead after just 15 minutes when Daniel Hughes found the top corner with a neat right-foot finish, and doubled their advantage when Jay Donnelly blasted home from an acute angle eight minutes into the second half.
Ruairi Harkin added a superb volleyed third in the 65th minute to seemingly put Cliftonville in complete control before the Crues mounted a stunning fightback.
Jordan Owens headed home a minute later to give his side a lifeline, and further reduced the deficit when he added another header 12 minutes from time.
Colin Coates scrambled home the equaliser with a minute left, and with time running out and Reds boss Gerard Lyttle sent to the stands, David Cushley fired home from close range to seal a remarkable victory.
All Over. Crusaders 4 Cliftonville 3. Simply Awesome. Unbelievable. Crazy and Brilliant
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